Ten examples of decorated pottery sherds from
Area 1 at Tell Tuneinir (in
Mesopotamia) from the Medieval Period.
Dark blue and gray glazed bowl
from the 13th century. Area 1, Square 15, Locus 14.
Very common example of Brown glaze sgraffito from the
13th century. Area 1, Square 14, Locus 26.
Rimsherd of a glazed bowl that has a raised
design highlighted in blue glaze while the majority of the interior and exterior is
white glaze. Area 1, Square 15, Locus 14.
Unglazed Light Green Ware with incised
decoration of simple lines belonging to a style called Casual Ware incised.
Usually associated with the Ilkanid occupation of the site (ca. 1251 - 1450).
Area 1, Square 16, locus 26.
Rimsherd of a glazed are bowl with blue, black
and white glaze. Typical of the 13th century. Area 1, Square 16, Locus 30.
Eroded and partially devitrified rimsherd from
either the Abbasid Period (ca. AD 1000) at Tuneinir. Area 1, Square 25, Locus 1.
Base of a lusterware bowl typical of the 13th century
at Tuneinir, Area 1, Surface.
Late Byzantine bodysherd with combed and raked
decorative design. Area 1, Square 27, Locus 30. Reg. no. 4890.4. 1996.